The radiator is the most important element of the engine cooling system. Its task is to dissipate the heat generated by the engine to the surroundings, through the cooling fluid circulating in the cooling system. The radiator consists of a core made of aluminum (or—less often—of copper), and tanks are made of brass, steel, aluminum or plastic. There are two basic versions of radiators with frame or without frame. The selection of materials for the construction of the radiator depends on its use, working conditions and its environment.

Depending on the application, the radiator can be equipped additionally with a frame, an additional heat exchanger (for example, an oil cooler) or may have an integrated expansion tank.

Retarder coolers (continuous brake) are a variation of oil coolers in which the cooling medium is the coolant is from the engine cooling system. They are applied in hydraulic retarder systems, where the working hydraulic oil is heated during operation and requires cooling.

These coolers are made with high pressure technologies:
  • Aluminum—with “plate & bar” technology,
  • Stainless steel—with „brazed plate” technology.

Product Benefits

Matching OE quality

Developed and tested to match quality of the original equipment

Reliability & performance

  • Continuous quality cotrol 
  • 24-month warranty
  • Vacuum brazing technology used in selected coolers

Competitive range

Offer over 5100 references (includes over 20000 OE numbers).

High quality packaging

Environmentally friendly packaging, perfectly protecting the product during transport.

Easy installation

The quality finish of the products allows for easy and trouble-free installation.